NASA’s New Horizons Gets Kuiper Belt Object Flyby Nod

NASA has waved a green flag at the extension of New Horizons mission wherein the spacecraft will be flying towards an object deeper in...

Water Snow Line Around Young Star Spotted by ALMA

Astronomers have, for the first time, managed to make the first ever resolved observations of a water snow line in a protoplanetary disc around...

InVision Studio is ready to shake up the design industry

InVision is unveiling a new desktop, screen design tool for digital designers in January 2018. The team behind the popular app have removed the need for clunky...

The Space Race 2.0

On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong made the first human step onto the moon. Fast-forward just under 50 years, and we have another space...

Average Concentration of CO2 in 2016 Will Remain at 400 PPM All Year Round

Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration for the year 2016 will remain at an average of over 400 parts per million all year round -...

What is the importance of the European General Data Protection Regulation?

What’s the GDPR? In a few weeks’ time, data protection rules in Europe will be subject to some radical changes from what it is now....

World’s Largest Penguin Colony at Risk from Erupting Volcano

Things could take a turn for the worse for the members of one of world's largest penguin colonies because of ash spreading from a...

Goats Could be Humans’ Next Best Friend After Dogs

The way someone looks at you could be a telltale sign of their feelings towards you and the same seems to be correct to...

Instagram Pushes Shopping with Product Tags

Instagram will introduce shoppable tags on photos from 20 retail brands, including Kate Spade, to help US users shop without disrupting scrolling in the...

Coral Turf Wars: Coral Polyp Found “kissing” by Microscope

Microscopic studies of marine environments will reach new heights with a new and novel microscope developed by researchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanography with initial results showing...